Contents

Arthur Huia Honeyfield, 1903- 1996

Barrett’s role in NZ Company land purchases 1839 – 1840

Battle of Otaka Pa  1832

Battle of Waireka 1860

Caroline and Sarah Barrett  1840’s – 1890’s

Charles and Mary Honeyfield 1874 – 1929

Early European Settlement at Tataraimaka and the Land Wars

Edmund and Catherine Honeyfield 1841 – 1903

Eruera Te Puke Mahurangi and Kuramai-i-tera

James and Caroline Honeyfield  1820’s – 1911

John and Harriet Newman 1815 – 1886

Henry John Honeyfield, 1830 – 1898

Migration south and life at Barrett’s shore whaling station 1832 – 1839

Octavia Lavinia Johns (nee Honeyfield)

Pre-European Tataraimaka

Richard (Dicky) Barrett and Wakaiwa Rawinia  1807 – 1849

Richard Barrett and Florence (Loveridge) Honeyfield

Te Atiawa

Te Atiawa invitation to establish a trading station at Ngamotu – early 1800’s

Te Whanau o Wakaiwa Rawinia Barrett: Nga Tupuna

The Honeyfield siblings emigration from England to New Zealand – early 1850’s

Tribal conflict lay behind Te Atiawa’s invitation to establish a trading station at Ngamotu – 1828 – 1832

Wakaiwa Rawinia’s Te Ātiawa hapū connections

William and Ethel Honeyfield 1849 – 1974

William and Sarah Honeyfield  1850’s – 1890’s

William John Honeyfield  1855 – 1933